Samsung Galaxy S22 Review - Galaxy User Guide

Galaxy s22 lineup features some of the biggest flagship phones of this year and the one we will talk about today is the small one. The regular galaxy s22 samsung seems to be going for consistency rather than breaking the mold. Let's see what the s22 has in our full review [Music] even though it might seem like the lowest tier s22 model under the plus and the ultra, if you are after a compact flagship, the vanilla s22 may be the way to go. Another difference is that compared to having a plastic back, the s22 has a back panel made of Gorilla Glass, victus plus the frame is armored aluminum here and of course you get ip68 water and dust resistance, like we've seen from samsung flagships for quite a while.

The galaxy s22 is now built around a flat 6.1 inch display, which has a 1080p resolution : gorilla glass, VCTUS plus, like the back and a fast 120hz refresh rate, the refresh rate smooths out movements and animations on the screen, and it's adaptive based on your activity to save energy. Well, it isn't quite as advanced as the panels found on the plus and ultra models. It is still very competitive, there's HDR, 10 plus support and colors, can achieve great accuracy through settings. The screen will change the contrast to match the surrounding lights so things are easier to read under Displace if it's an ultrasonic fingerprint reader.

The s22 has a pair of hybrid stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, which earned a score of good on our loudness charts and sound quality is good too, with a wide sound stage and pretty tight frequency response. You can find the galaxy s22 with either 128 or 256 gigabytes of onboard storage, but it's unfortunately not expandable beyond that. The interface of the galaxy s22 is samsung's one Ui 4.1, based on Android 12. One Ui4 does, however, bring out a few tweaks here and there, mainly from the new Android version. Four years of updates on os and five years of security patches at the heart of galaxy s22 is one of two high-end four-nanometer chipsets - either a snapdragon 888 or an exymus 2200 depending on the market.

This s22 offers flagship performance that is significantly better than the previous model. The numbers are even a little better than what we measured with the s22 plus and the s22 ultra, because samsung has rolled out some performance updates. During our stress test we did notice a thermal throttling from the s22, but it gradually ramps, which in such scenarios can help minimize stuttering at 3 700 milliamp hours. The s22 was able to score a rating of 85 hours in our proprietary tests. In half an hour the camera of the Galaxy S22 are the same as what you would find on the plus model. They have solid all-round quality with plenty of detail and well-balanced colors with just enough pop dynamic range is also stellar.

These aren't perfect though, the biggest issue is some visible softness, particularly in dark areas. There's also some noticeable over sharpening, perhaps to compensate if you shoot in the full 50 megapixel resolution of the main camera. It manages to provide additional detail while keeping consistency in other aspects of quality. Three time Zoom photos from the telephoto come out with 12 megapixels, which means they are slightly enlarged from 10 megapixels. Quality is excellent with impressive sharpness and detail, low noise and colors that all match the main camera also.

Subject separation that rarely makes mistakes the level of detail and colors are just as great as the regular photos portraits look good enough from the telephoto, but they're noticeably softer than those from the main camera. Still, it's a useful option if you want to keep some distance from the subject. Photos from the ultrawide camera are solid for this sort of camera, they are reasonably sharp and detailed without over sharpening or aggressive noise reduction. There's an excellent level of detail and great dynamic range and noise is kept pretty low. Turning on the night mode will result in a more balanced exposure overall, with more detail in shadows and better contained highlights, also blown-out light sources are restored.

Also there is added sharpening which can give the scene a more processed. If you are zooming, when the light is low, the phone will either shoot through the telephoto or take a crop from the main camera. When the Telephoto is in control the photos are nice with good detail and dynamic range and realistic. At night the looking colors on the telephoto camera is aggressive but does its job well. These photos are sharper and in both shadows and highlights have more detail than the eletroid camera in low light does. These photos are dark and noisy, and enabling the night mode on ultrawide will bring you more detail and textures in the shadows and lower noise.

The 10 megapixel front camera is the same as last year and it produces impressive selfies again with good sharpness and detail and wide dynamic range. There is good detail and sharpness and colors are generally true to life. There is plenty of sharpness, a wide dynamic range and colors look good, even though they are a bit punchier than the footage of the other cameras. Colors are well matched with the main cams and, while the dynamic range is a little narrow here, it is still impressive. Electronic video stabilization is available on all cameras and does a good job of smoothing out shakiness and motion in low light. The Telephoto camera also does an impressive job in low light. The footage is on the dark side, though, and dynamic range isn't stellar.

You get a compact and premium looking design, a bright high-end chipset, great cameras and plenty of software support pretty much everything you expect from a Samsung flagship. Here there are no huge breakthroughs or big innovations and it's really quite similar to last year but that's not necessarily a bad thing. But if you want a compact and solid android flagship then the Galaxy s22 is worth it. Thank you for watching everyone stay safe and I will, next time you guys, [music] you..

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